Observations of Hospitals

What struck me with most force, when herself was transferred to a ward after the initial assessment of her condition, was how FAT several of the female staff were. I mean really fat. Since I do not know their BMI (‘Body mass index’), I cannot say whether they were ‘obese’ or not.

There is something wrong with the idea of ‘obese’. I doubt that anyone can really define the word. Could it be true that a hospital nurse is not considered to be ‘obese’ if she is young, healthy, but weighs 15 stones and is only 5′ 2″ tall? It must be so, since such ‘gravitationally challenged’ nurses seem to abound in NHS hospitals. Only persons who are not doctors, nurses or ‘health professionals’ suffer from obesity.


I must to bed. But I hope that readers understand. When ‘Experts’ from the monopolistic Health Industry propagandise ‘obesity’ and declare what must be done, they do not include themselves. When they say “We must do something”, they mean anyone other than themselves. Thus they mean “They must do something”.

That is very important. When ASH ET AL say “We are worried”, they lie just as junk science lies. Worry is something that individuals suffer – and I mean suffer. Worry, for an individual, is very destructive mentally and physically. When Arnott says “We are worried”, she claims authoritarian status as though “WE” means ‘The People’.

The use of the word “We” indicates the weakness of the case. That word indicates emotion. Scientists would use the word “It”.

The use of the word “We” is indicative of emotional blackmail. Strange, is it not, that many of those people who are supposed to protect us all from tyranny, our elected representatives, are actively involved in the tyranny?



3 Responses to “Observations of Hospitals”

  1. garyk30 Says:

    “When Arnott says “We are worried”, she claims authoritarian status as though “WE” means ‘The People’.”

    Lot of that going around:

    “I believe, and most people agree with me, that….”

    “Most people feel that…….”

    “Everyone knows…..”

    “In the opinion of most people…..”

    “I speak for most people when I say that….”


    It is given that a ‘Poll’ of 1,000 adults represents the opinion/view of all adults; even tho, in the UK, there are a possible 45,000 groups of 1,000 adults.
    Their 1,000’s view/opinion may not apply to the other 99.998% of the adults.

    • Some French Bloke Says:

      “In the opinion of most people…..”

      Clearly those people are over-confident that “you can’t fool all of the people all of the time”, oblivious to the fact that “You can fool all of the people all of the time if the advertising is right and the budget is big enough.” (Joseph E. Levine). But the most radical/extreme impugnment of this assumption has to be: “That which has been believed by everyone, always and everywhere, has every chance of being false.” (Paul Valéry, Moralités, 1932).

    • junican Says:

      Exactly, and the distortion is deliberate. Bar owners do not cater for people who have no intention of frequenting their bars. Why, then, should none smokers and persons who would not frequent their bars dictate the decisions of the bar owners? Thus, opinion surveys have no relevance to the real situation in bars. The only thing that really matters is whether or not bar staff get sick.
      Is that not how tobacco companies have let us down? Should they not have instigated studies of bar staff ill-health? Only they have the funds to do so.

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